• SF Symphony presents Día de los Muertos, November 5, 2022

    SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY CELEBRATES DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS WITH CONCERT EVENT, LOBBY ART, COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES, AND ¡FIESTA! DINNER EXPERIENCE, NOVEMBER 5

    Carlos Miguel Prieto conducts the San Francisco Symphony in music by Evencio Castellanos Yumar, Arturo Márquez, José Pablo Moncayo García, Gabriela Ortiz, and Silvestre Revueltas; trumpet player Pacho Flores is soloist in Arturo Márquez’ Concierto de Otoño; with performances by Casa Círculo Cultural and Canción de Obsidiana

    Local artists, community groups, and Latin American cultural partners join the SF Symphony to celebrate Día de los Muertos through lobby art installations and pre-concert activities

    ¡Fiesta! Día de los Muertos dinner packages include post-concert reception, seated dinner, and online auction plus premium concert seating

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  • Day of the Dead Events

    Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 36th Annual Día de los Muertos Celebration 2022

    Screening of Documentary "El Ultimo Adios" by Diego Huerta - MCCLA Production:
    $5 admission

    Saturday, November 12th at 5pm
    Sunday, November 13th at 3pm
    Friday, November 18th at 5:30pm (closing of Dia de los Muertos exhibit & festivities)
    Tickets available here

    Mole to Die For! Mole Competition & Cake Decorating Contest

    Professional chefs, local restaurants, & community members compete to claim the title of Best Mole and Best Dia de los Muertos themed Cake!

    Sunday, November 13th Tasting  4-7 pm
    $25 admission includes:

    • Mole tasting
    • Dinner
    • Beverage

    Tickets available here

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  • Mayan Rulers in the Heart of the Mission | Palos Mayan Collection

    Gallery Hours August 12th - October 14th Tuesday thru Friday 2pm-8pm. Saturday and Sunday 11am - 4pm

    Gallery Hours

    August 12th - October 14th
    Tuesday - Friday: 2pm - 8pm
    Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 4pm

    Free Admission
     

    For group reservations, appointments or guided tours please send request to: info@missionculturalcenter.org

     

    Closing Reception: October 14th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm

    Join us to bid farewell to the Mayan Kings with a closing reception
    that will include an evening of musical performances, dancing, food, drinks, and the artistic legacy of our indigenous…

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  • Latino/a/e Heritage Month

    Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts celebrates the contributions of Latino(a)(e) in the arts by promoting, preserving, and developing arts and culture. You are invited to join MCCLA by attending upcoming events, taking one of our fun classes, or simply stopping by the MCCLA Cafe/Tiendita to enjoy and be part of our beautiful and vibrant community.

    MCCLA Latino(a)(e) Heritage Events

    September 23rd: "Poesia, Bordados, y Memoria En El Salvador" Poets Teresa Cruz and Jorge Argueta 7:00 pm

    September 24th: MCCLA Cafe/Tiendita Launch 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

    October 14th: Closing Reception “Mayan Rulers in the Heart of the Mission” 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    October 15th: Paseo Artistico Calle 24 Latino Cultural District

    MCCLA - The Roots of AIDS Activism…

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  • Noche Mexicana

    Join Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts &
    El Comité Mexicano Cívico Patriótico de San Francisco on

    Friday, September 16th
    6:00pm - 10:00pm

    Dance the night away!
    Food.
    Drinks.
    Live Entertainment.
    Rebozo Contest.
    Vendors.
    Art Exhibit!

    Free Family Event!!!

    Viva Mexico!

    6:00 - 6:15: Danza Azteca
    6:15- 6:45: Mariachi Nueva Generacion Juvenil
    6:45-7:00: Consul General de Mexico en San Francisco Remedios Gomez Arnau
    7:00-7:30: Pablo Jimenez y su Ballet Folklorico
    7:30-7:35: Assessor Joaquin Torres
    7:35-7:50: Laura San Pablo

    Food and Beverages for Sale.

    Grateful to Our Sponsor:

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  • Teatro para todos: La Normalidad no existe

     La Normalidad No Existe

    Teatro Para Todos – La Normalidad no existe: Historias de una pandemia

    • Domingo 26 de Junio, 12 p.m.
    • Totalmente en Español
    • Donación Voluntaria

    La pobreza, el hacinamiento, la falta de papeles, la injusticia laboral, y el peso de nuestros dolores no pueden ser normales.

    Con estas historias de pandemia, lloramos, sanamos y encontramos esperanza en cada uno de nosotros para seguir andando... aquíestamos... y no nos vamos!

    Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

    2868 Mission Street, San Francisco

    www.missionculturalcenter.org

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  • Los Niños Perdidos

    • Viernes 24 de junio, 2022 a las 7 pm

    Los Niños perdidos es una historia de inocencia y maldad acerca de tres "pinches chamacos" que no tienen límites, producto de la violencia familiar y de una sociedad que los margina, que no les da ningún valor y que por su falta de atención ha creado pequeños monstruos que expresan su desazón con un sentido del humor, de crueldad y a través de lo único que les da poder en esta odisea: una pistola.

    Los Niños Perdidos (The Lost Children) is a story of innocence and evil about tres pinches chamacos, who have no limits, product of family violence and a society that marginalizes them. That…

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  • End of Semester Show

    • Saturday, June 18, 2022 from 12pm to 2pm
    • Theater (1st Floor)
    • $5 Admission

    Join us for our End of Semester Show as our teachers and their students showcase the diverse classes held at the center!

    Participating Instructors

      • Mission Gráfica Printmaking Studio
      • Hector Lugo – Kids Drumming
      • Graciela Acedo – Ballet
      • Armando Ibarra – Capoeira
      • Pablo Jimenez – Mexican Folklórico
      • Metzi Henriquez & Jose Rivera – Afrosamba
      • Suzanne Cortez – Orquesta Del Barrio
      • Lydia & Juan De Dios Soto – Carnaval Dance Class

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    End Of Semester Show Saturday June 18
  • Tehuana – Diego Huerta Photography

    • Closing Weekend: Friday, July 22nd - 24th, 2022
    • $5 Admission to Screening
    • Gallery Admission *free
    • Tehuana Documentary Screening Times:
        • Friday, July 22 - 7PM
        • Saturday, July 23 - 2PM
        • Sunday, July 24 - 2PM

    Join us for the final weekend of Diego Huerta Photography: Indigenous Colors, Beauty, and Tradition. This is your last chance to view the beautiful documentary, Tehuana, in our historic theater!

    Limited spaces available for Opening Reception and screening. We encourage you to reserve your space early.

    ¡Únase a nosotros para la proyección y recepción de apertura de Tehuana! Diego Huerta Fotografía. Colores, Belleza y Tradición…

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